Let’s go fly a kite! Searching for a slice of honeymoon paradise with an active and keep-fit twist? Check out this brilliant new idea…
Lazing on a beach doesn’t suit everyone. If the thought of an hour or two on a beach sounds delicious – but enough – then for couples searching for honeymoon paradise, this brilliant idea might be right up your street. Kitesurfing travel specialist KiteworldWide selects the most beautiful, secluded places on earth with the most reliable wind, safest kiting spots, and interesting cultures for the two of you to fly a kite together. SO decidedly quirky and delicious that we’ve fallen head over heels for this idea!
As one kiting experts from the team tell us: “learning to kite together is surprisingly romantic as you then have a thrilling hobby you can share with your partner for the rest of your life. I’m talking from experience: I learnt to kite with my then fiancé and an afternoon’s kiting together while our children are being looked after is the best date ever!” Plus, the health benefits of kiting are really quite impressive: this all-over body workout works your core strength and can burn uo to 1400 calories in one session! Let me at those kites!
The beautiful island of Zanzibar in the Indian Ocean is one of the most exotic and beautiful places on the planet to learn to kite. It is famous for its beautiful beaches with crystal-clear, turquoise water. The beginners’ kiting spot has shallow water and because of the two different seasons, you can either surf under the sun in the summer or enjoy this spot in the winter when it’s cold and dark back home.
In Jambiani, on Zanzibar’s east coast, accommodation for honeymooners comes in the form of lodges situated directly in front of the kitesurf spot and exclusive for KiteWorldWide guests. The location is on a beautiful private beach with a close-by mangrove forest with the kitespot directly in front of the lodge, and because of a 2km-long sandbank, there’s a huge lagoon with shallow water, which is perfect for instruction and training. The Red Monkey Lodge is completely renovated and contains nine small bungalows with palm roofs. You can literally go straight from your bed to your board!
See more of this brilliant idea at kiteworldwide.com/en